Dianne Feinstein Essays

  • Dan White And Harvey Milk: Argumentative Or First-Degree Murder?

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    supported gay rights, while Dan White was the opposite. He was socially conservative; which means he was against gay rights. At first, Dan White and Harvey Milk got along, they talked about each other fondly and collaborated together. After Diane Feinstein is elected, Milk and White start having some arguments. On June 25, 1978, it was the event of San Francisco's Gay Freedom Day Parade. Milk delivers a speech at City Hall attacking the proposed Briggs Initiative. In the summer of 1978, Dan White falls

  • Example Of Fallacy In Speech

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    the ad hominem fallacy, and it's also said intentionally like the ad hominem fallacy. When he says, “If we allow her to take the seat any longer, she [Dianne Feinstein] will continue to do nothing!”, it's mainly an attack on Feinstein, however it can also be interpreted as a hasty generalization. It's because in the quote Martin says Dianne Feinstein would continue to do nothing if elected senator once again. Nowhere else in the speech does he provide any facts to support this, but it can be assumed

  • Barbara Boxer

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    The two senators I chose were Dianne Feinstein and Barbara Boxer. My two congressmen were Rick Allen and Alma Adam Senator Dianne Feinstein, built a reputation on an independent voice, as she works for both Democrats and Republicans. She works on making California better she has worked to build significant record of legislative accomplishments. Dianne has oversaw the nation’s 16 intelligence agencies as she was the first women in a chairman position. Has passed bills like the cybersecurity

  • Gun Control And Mass Shootings

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    assault weapons ban, like Senator Dianne Feinstein, argues for the goal of the bans is to prevent horrific mass shooting incidents, not stop the run-of-the-mill gun violence that kills multiple Americans each day. Feinstein, along with many other colleagues, introduced an assault weapons ban in the Senate after the Sutherland Springs shooting in Texas. “This bill won’t stop every mass shooting, but it will begin removing these weapons of war from our streets,” Feinstein said in a statement. “Yes, it

  • Research Paper On Harvey Milk

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    prison and a maximum sentence of seven years. Eight months. This outraged the community causing a crowd of about angry demonstrators to to march around City Hall, bang on the windows, and even start car fires. They were shouting about having Mayor Dianne Feinstein fired from her job and shouting in remembrance of Harvey Milk. Multiple people were injured during this riot. After the verdict, people such as District Attorney Joseph Freitas Jr. were apologizing for the jury’s decisions. The jury could not

  • Argumentative Essay: Should Assault Weapons Be Banned

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    it did. Many people agreed to these this ban. Statistics show that “77% of the American people and 66% gun owners want to put a ban on Assault weapons (Alters). So the ban didn’t really argue on some people’s views. Even Senator of California Dianne Feinstein, one of the many senators who wanted a ban on assault weapons said that “The 1994 Assault Weapons Ban was effective at reducing crime and getting these military-style weapons off our streets,” (Assault Weapons). If the government once banned

  • Ap Human Geography Chapter 4 Essay

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    39 democrats and 14 republicans in the house of representative. 3- The current Governor of the State of California is Governor Jerry Brown, his political party is the Democratic Party. 4- The current U.S Senators of the State of California are Dianne Feinstein who is a democrat and Barbara Boxer who is a democrat. 5- In the 2000 Presidential election Al Gore carried the state, the popular vote was 5,861,203 for Gore and 4,567,429 for Bush. It was not close, Gore had a large advantage. 6- In the 2004

  • Gun Control: Americans Should Have The Right To Bear Arms

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    2013 felons took a survey which stated that 48% of felons did not commit crimes, if they knew that the victim was armed with a gun. Over 80% of men and women gun owners say having a position of a gun, makes them feel safer. For example in 1970 Dianne Feinstein who was a gun control advocate was threatened in her home, she had a concealed gun and used it to protect

  • Persuasive Essay On Gun Control

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    Charlotte Bacon, Daniel Barden, Olivia Engel, Josephine Gay, Dylan Hockley, Madeleine Hsu, Catherine Hubbard, Chase Kowalski, Jesse Lewis, Ana Marquez-Green, James Mattioli, Grace McDonnell, Emile Parker, Jack Pinto, Noah Pozner, Caroline Previdi, Jessica Rekos, Avielle Richman, Benjamin Wheeler and Allison Wyatt. Who are these people you ask? These are all the children, between 6 – 7 years old, who were victim of Sandy Hook Elementary shooting. On December 14, a gunman opened fire in Connecticut

  • Neil Gorsuch's The Future Of Assisted Suicide And Euthanasia

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    Gorsuch authored the book "The Future of Assisted Suicide and Euthanasia" in 2006 In 1997, Oregon became the first state to enact a physician-assisted suicide law (CNN)Supreme Court nominee Neil Gorsuch has frustrated legislators on both sides of the aisle with his refusal to talk specifics on several major issues he could rule on if he 's confirmed. But one matter on which his past writings offer a detailed picture of his views is medical aid in dying, sometimes referred to as physician-assisted

  • Women In 'Annie Get Your Gun'

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    issues. Towards the end of the 1980’s to 1990’s, women in politics exploded in the masses assuming higher legislative positions. For instance, in current American politics, notable female politicians, such as, Barbara Boxer, Nancy Pelosi, and Dianne Feinstein have made tremendous progress in advocating women’s right. Furthermore, in the 2008 presidential election, Hillary Clinton made a strong bid for a seat in the White House. If taken back century ago, the thought of having a female presidential

  • Summary Of Why Privacy Matters By Helen Greenwald

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    WHY PRIVACY MATTERS 1 Summary of Why Privacy Matters by Glenn Greenwald Collins Nuamah Prof. Ivonne Gonzalez CBY620 Compliance & Legal Issue

  • Pros And Cons Of Assault Weapons

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    that are used for these shootings are acquired legally by shooters. In some of the most recent major attacks, “killers in Las Vegas and Orlando attacks… walk into gun shops and legally purchase assault weapons” (Ingraham). United States Senator Dianne Feinstein has proposed a bill that would ban assault weapons. This bill would prevent “horrific mass shooting incidents” and ban the purchase of “military-style assault weapons”. This is very effective because that way, the shooters who usually use assault